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Eye Makeup Tips for Small Eyes

Large, wide, brighter eyes are always desirable. They enhance the appeal and charm of your personality, making you stand out among the crowd. Some women are naturally blessed with bigger, opener eyes, whereas others have to look for some effective ways to fake bigger peepers.

Although it’s impossible to change the size and shape of your eyes, but one can create the desired illusion with makeup. Here I am sharing with you a few proven makeup tricks to widen those eyes:

Curl the Lashes

The first and foremost trick to create the illusion of length and width of your stumpy eyes is to curl the lashes. But make sure to get them curled before putting on mascara. In case you forget to curl the lashes beforehand and applied mascara, wait the mascara to get fully dried and then curl the lashes with your curler.

Curl the Lashes

Apply Mascara To Bottom Lashes

Most women believe that applying mascara to upper lashes is just enough. It’s wrong! When you have small eyes, application of mascara to the bottom lashes can make a huge difference. Apply mascara to the top lashes first and then apply the left-over mascara to your lower lashes.

Apply Mascara To Bottom Lashes

Use Creme-white Eye-Pencil

Using creamy-white eyeliner pencil across the bottom eyelid is one more proven way to make your eyes look bigger. Add liner in the inside corners of top and bottom eyelids as well for added effect.

Use Creme-white Eye-Pencil

Groom the Brows

When it comes to enlarge the diminutive eyes, grooming the brows well is very crucial. Keep your brows nicely shaped and be sure to pluck strays every on and off so as to avoid an untidy look. A slight arch is just perfect shape when you endeavor to make your eyes appear large.

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